GuestHouse Inn & Suites Kellogg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGuestHouse Inn & Suites Kellogg
Polite staff and service, good rates for area and great room. The room and services were very good, rates not too bad and location right off the highway made for a great stop over. Clean rooms and quality bedding.
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... wold west. Bordellos thrived here until 1988. There were once 20 saloons in town. After silver prices tumbled, many mines shut down. It was too expensive to keep them running. The mining tour was really interesting. We then walked around town. We went in and out of the pawn shops, and antique stores. After lunch we toured the bordello museum and the mining museum. It then started to pour so we went back to our motel and then went back into town got ...
Scott and I were up early today – out the door headed east before 7 – bound for a section of the Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes near Cataldo, Idaho. We’d heard this 5-mile section was a particularly scenic stretch of this 70+ mile trail, and the report turned out to be true. It didn’t hurt that the day dawned bright and sunny, with a crystal clear blue sky overhead.
The two branches of the Coeur d’Alene River merge just ...
... by modern tourism.
We found such a place today in Murray, Idaho. The incredible boom for precious metals in northern Idaho started in Murray back in 1883. Gold was discovered in nearby Prichard Creek and the rush to Idaho began in earnest. The boom soon moved south where massive amounts of silver ore were found in the valleys east of Coeur d'Alene. Murray, however, continued to attract attention from miners. The town was ...
We headed east into the Silver Valley this morning. Our plan was to check out the gondola option at Kellogg, claiming to have the longest single-span section in the world, then continue on to Wallace, last town on the freeway before hitting the Montana border.
First challenge of the day was consuming an over-sized bowl of oatmeal and two flapjacks the size of hubcaps at the Silver Spoon Restaurant in Kellogg - this test ...
... where we got a campsite near the river. The site was dry camping without any hookups, but it was only $6 per night because of my senior pass. We put up the awning, and one of the Sun screens and had a very nice camp. I went fishing Monday evening just down stream from the trailer and caught 9 beautiful Westslope Cutthroat Trout. One was somewhere around ...